- the Nail Experts Liquid Freeze Quick Dry Spray
- the all-in-one brush set
- sparkle eyeshadow stick in sorbet and latte among some other things.
Now on to my favs from this purchase I used the liquid freeze after painting my nails with blue flare (which I got in December but they now longer have it), it works and has a pleasant smell.
Oh I also got mini lip glazes in peach fuzz and raisin, these are really pigmented mini glazeware lip glosses for .99 cents. I love these, I use a little with some gloss and they last for a couple of hours. I had gotten iced pink and darling pink before and really liked them.
Two days this week I’ve been wearing this eye shadow I got way back in ’07 that was sitting in my stash. I like ELF products not only because they’re cute but because they are cheap. These along with a whole host of other products cost only a $1, what’s not to love. I wore buttercup which is warm (I like shades of brown) and am getting a couple of others. You should check out the site, they currently have free shipping for $75 or more but hey you can get 75 different things that will last you quite a while. But if you’re really on a budget drugstore.com has $25 or more free shipping and they carry ELF products. They are definitely worth it.
My goodies are in transit and I can’t wait to get them it’ll be like Christmas in February.
Avon had free shipping on >$10 (you can’t beat that) so since I haven’t bought anything since last year and I didn’t have to spend money on coffee and lunch (thanks to a couple of lunch time talks and $2 lunch items in the supermarket) in the past two weeks. I spent $25 and that includes tax and one or two buy 1 get one free deals 🙂 I got 11 items that will last a very long time even with frequent use (nail polish, brushes, lip glosses, makeup removers, eye shadows and a couple other things).
NB: sign up for email alerts so you can get coupons and shipping deals. As a poor grad student soon to be post-doc, I know a good deal when I see one.
I am a big, no a huge fan of Petrilude (check him out) and he used a eyeshadow that I had to immediately have and I bought immediately (check out the link and where you can get it) $7. So my obsession continued and for $9 and change (+ free shipping) I got 5 shadow samples from GlamourDollEyes at a gram each (I saw these eyeshadows on a youtube tutorial). Stop the presses, 1 gram of eyeshadow (weigh out 1 gram of any chemical and you’ll see how much that is) my day couldn’t get any better. But it did I remembered that tomorrow I’m going to Sephora(who gives free samples) with a friend from the next lab, our fave activity apart from science of course.
So that’s roughly $41 (17 items) that I treated myself to.